On Site Resource Model

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We have highly skilled technical writers with experience in creating online and print documentation. No matter what your project requires, we have a technical writer who has the skills and understands your industry. We will identify the right person who is the right fit to work on your project.

Our employee will work on-site with your team, and to support the person, we also assign an off-site senior employee who will be acting as a mentor for handling quality and risks.

Technical Writer – Onsite

  • Works with the client team to study the product and the technology to elicit documentation requirements.
  • Interacts with business analysts, architects of the system and project managers.
  • Analyzes the tools needed to produce the documentation and plan for procurement or installation.
  • Holds the responsibility to create the documentation plan containing the schedule of delivery, the
  • format of the deliverables and the tools and resources required.
  • Creates templates and co-ordinates with developer resources and subject matter experts for reviews.
  • Develops outline, creates accurate content, does formatting, and gets approval.
  • Develops graphics and illustrations, captures application screens, versioning and maintains the documents.

Technical Writer (Mentor)– Offsite

  • Maintain style guides and meet standards of the client and company
  • Format and publish to various outputs and manage risks
  • Provide editorial reviews
  • Guide team with best practices
  • Conduct weekly reviews and analyze doc metrics

Below is the Partial list of our Documentation Expertise:

  • User Guides Online
  • Help Systems
  • Design Documents
  • Business Presentations
  • Website Content
  • Administrator’s Guides
  • API Documentation
  • Process Documentation
  • System Design Documents
  • Assembly Manuals
  • Software Manuals
  • White Papers
  • Installation Guides
  • Configuration Guides
  • Training Materials
  • Programmer’s Guides
  • Requirement Specifications
  • Technical Reference
  • Manuals Release Notes
  • Quick Reference Guide
  • Architecture Documentation
  • Maintenance Manuals
  • Testing Documents
  • Case Studies